CASE SUMMARY An 18-year-old female came to ENT out-patient department with a complaint of facial deformity. Non-contrast CT of the face was advised to assess facial asymmetry with clinical suspicion ...See details
Teratomas are among the most common pediatric tumors and are the most common tumors diagnosed prenatally. The vast majority are either sacrococcygeal or head and neck in origin. However, other sites a...See details
A general radiologist with FRCR and over 10 years of experience and subspecialist fellowship experience in GI and MSK. ...
ABSTRACT Hydrothorax is an uncommon but well-recognized complication of pediatric peritoneal dialysis (PD). Experience with pediatric patients on PD who develop hydrothorax is limited and diagnostic ...See details
Dear JRCR editor(s): We hope you will consider the following case as suitable for submission to the JRCR: Our patient was a 6-year-old previously healthy, immunized and developmentally normal femal...See details
Palmar and finger varicosities are pathological dilated veins that are frequently found in clinical or imaging practice but are rarely reported in the medical literature. Currently there are no MRI de...See details